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Wednesday, September 8, 2004


Following are Devil's Due Publishing's solicitations for November, with information coming from the publisher.



Written and art by Josh Blaylock, cover by Blaylock and Sunder Raj.

Alyssa was born in Realm 77, a hi-tech utopia whose controlling government feared her constant challenging of authority. So much so that they ordered her death. Even after escaping to Earth, Alyssa was pursued, as dormant powers she didn't even know she had were unleashed. Reunited with her robo-dog, Tink, and powered up, Alyssa's ready to face her foes and storm Realm 77 for the answers she seeks... and do some serious damage in the process.

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Marie Croall and Mark Waid, art by Alitha Martinez and Clement Sauve, cover by Sauve.

With the horrible consequences of their battle with Lotor and Sven still reverberating, the Voltron team track a distress signal to a remote part of space. They hope against hope that it will lead them to their missing friend‹but what they discover will come as a shock. And amid the chaos, Allura continues to grapple with her approaching destinyŠ Also: Part two of Mark Waid's exploration of the origins of Voltron. How did the Drule called Zarkon rise from a lowly infantryman to the ruler of the Ninth Kingdom‹and what does it have to do with Voltron?

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by John Ney Rieber, art by Darryl Banks, cover by Tom Derenick.

They've given up everything to become Joes--their lives, their families, even their identities. Theyıve become outlaws from their own government--but now, they must deal with something that could shatter the team forever: One among them is a traitor--an agent of Cobra! Who is the spy? And will suspicion pull the Joes apart before Cobra can even take advantage? Meanwhile, a ghost from the Baroness' past comes back to haunt her...

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Dan Jolley, art by E.J. Su and Tim Seely, covers by Seeley and Su and Francois Baranger.

Even as their fragile alliance begins to fray, the Joes and Cobra are sent into Earth's future to retrieve the displaced Ratchet--and are given a terrible glimpse of what humanity's fate could be. For in this possible future, the planet has been conquered by Shockwave and the Decepticons. It is a world in which massive Transformer city complexes roam the planet in robot formŠwhere man has been all but wiped out...and the only resistance faced by the thinking machines are the freedom fighters called the Dreadnoks!

32 pages, $2.95.

G.I. JOE #36

Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Tim Seeley and Jason Millet, cover by Seeley.

"Union of the Snake," part 1. The Joes are facing a time of crisis unlike any other in their history. Hawk has been crippled, and has left the team. The international media is crucifying them for their apparent role in a tragedy on US soil. Cobra, under Destro's leadership, are more powerful than ever before. And now, the team is being broken apart... Meanwhile, Destro continues to consolidate his power, driven by the major revelation he learned last issue. And he draws ever nearer a goal he has long sought‹one which would make him the single most dangerous man on the planet...

32 pages, $2.95.



Written by Ron Marz, art by Dub, covers by Dub and Sean Chen.

In the mid 19th century, the samurai disappeared forever from the face of the world. Or did they? Blade of Kumori is the tale of present-day samurai, of warriors steeped in honor carrying on their traditions in the modern world. It's also the tale of a woman who discovers she is something more than a warriorŠperhaps even something more than human.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Marv Wolfman, art and cover by Stefano Caselli and Sunder Raj.

They've done the impossible--and one of them may have paid the ultimate price. They are The Defex--a group of college students who've triggered their own latent genetic abilities. But having possibly taken the life of one of their own in the process, the group is now faced with difficult, life-changing decisions--all the while being hunted by a group that wants to offer them a faustian deal. And damnation comes whether they accept or refuse the offer...

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Dave Ross, cover by Ross and Jeremy Roberts.

It is a world much like our own--and a world in the throes of great change, shaken by the appearance of individuals that are more than human. The first of these new humans was Jeff Carey--who decided to use his abilities for the betterment of mankind. Because of this choice, his family was taken from him, murdered by his enemies. Now, he's been reborn as a figure of darkness and revenge. Now, he is trapped inside a maximum security prison with an army of killers--many of whom he put there. Or are they trapped inside with him? Be there for the shocking climax--and learn his true objective in storming the prison single-handed! Plus: How did he get his powers in the first place?

32 pages, $2.95.

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Written by Ken Siu-Chong, art by Alvin Lee, covers by Arnold Tsang, Mark Brooks and Joe Madureira.

Capcom's legendary action-horror franchise, Darkstalker, arrives to comics at last. In this first issue of the new ongoing monthly series, the blood-curdling tales of Morrigan, Demitri, Felicia and company begin with the sighting of a star--a sign, some say, of the world's impending doom. But are the Darkstalkers there to bring about that terrible end, or thwart it? The answer starts here in the first action-packed, blood-drenched issue.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by J. Torres and LeSean Thomas, art by Thomas, covers by Thomas and Ed McGuinness.

"Celebration Pt.1," In this first action-packed issue of the new bi-monthly mini series, we start off on Gear Bolt, a vast land composed entirely of a monstrous, constantly rotating clock gear. In the progressive, hi-tech Kingdom of Botica, it's the anniversary of the "New Deal," a peace treaty unifying the only 5 kingdoms of Gear Bolt, and everyone who is anyone is in attendance! We meet Samberry, a royal assistance droid who secretly shares a close bond with the son of King Bulger, and heir to the Botica throne, Prince Toji. The celebration is brought to a shattering halt when the Kingdom suddenly comes under attack by a mysterious sorcerer known only as Lock and his minions, who are in search of a mysterious "device" that he claims the King is hiding. The attack leaves Sam separated from the prince, alone on the outskirts of the kingdom for the first time ever. In a place where magic is extinct, will there be a force to challenge Lock? Will Sam survive and find her way back to Prince Toji? The epic saga of a robotıs quest back home starts here in this first spectacular, action-packed issue! 32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Ken Siu-Chong, art by Alvin Lee and Andrew Hoy, covers by Lee, Adrian Alphona and Jo Chen.

Ken and Eliza had hoped that their wedding preparations would run smoothly, but those plans come to an abrupt halt when Vega crashes their wedding shower with one thing on his mind: revenge. However, this fight is one Ken fortunately won't need to fight alone. Meanwhile in Brazil, Cammy and Chun-Li try to get to the bottom of Shadaloo's secret weapons programs, but discover something even more disturbing: Bison has returned. Plus: Adrian Alphona provides a cover and backup story featuring one of Cammy's and Delta Red's earliest missions.

32 pages, $2.95.

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MU #1

Written by Andrew Dabb and Manson Khan, art by Mark Lee, Kano Kang and Zack Suh, covers by Kano Mark Lee and Ropie.

Long ago the dark god Secneum came to Mu, destroying all who stood in his path. Only the daring of two heroic wizards stopped him; together they defeated his armies and saved the world. Now, a thousand years later, a scholar has discovered that the shadow lordıs prison is weakening; Secneum is coming back. But can a simple librarian convince the feuding nations of Mu to band together? Or is it already too late?

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Jacob Lee and Andrew Dabb, art by Kano Kang and Zack Suh, cover by Kang and Suh and Hyung Tae Kim.

Trapped in the wreckage of the INZEN research facility, Vasrio, Hoek, Tap, and Banshee battle a never-ending army of killer machines. While, deep beneath the rubble, Jaminae discovers what is left of Dr. Jerome; learns the secret of how a simple scientist, Martin Kusanagi, became a psychic monster bent on destroying the world, and more disturbingly, his ties to her own dark past -- and even darker future.

32 pages, $2.95.

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Written by Andy Hartnell, art by Nick Bradshaw, finishes and colors by Etienne St. Laurent.

This debut series presents all-new adventures of the hero from Army of Darkness and is collected here for the very first time! If you havenıt checked out this new series, this is the best way to catch up on all the mayhemŠ and excitement! Plus, this new TPB Collection of Army of Darkness: Ashes to Ashes # 1 through 4 features a complete cover gallery, including all 4 photo covers, and art covers from: J. Scott Campbell, Marc Silvestri, Ben Templesmith, Greg Land, Richard Isanove, Nick Bradshaw, Aaron Lopresti, Michael Avon Oeming, Ale Garza, Tim Seeley and Kaare Andrews.

112 pages, $14.99.


Written by Jim Starlin, art and cover by Starlin, colored by June Chung.

Dark Palladin has told orphan Ray Torres (a.k.a. the Protege) that Sanctuary awaits him beneath New York City. But to reach this safety, and a chance for a new and better life, Ray must venture into the Big Apple's subway and sewer-system underworld, pursued by two mysterious aliens and a Genociders' Z-10 Kilbot. Who's out to kill who? And where does Ray end up spending the night? Find out in NYC trip.

32 pages, $2.99.

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